Bedroom Project

I have posted pictures at a.p.b.w. of the progress of the "Arts & Crafts" style bedroom furniture that I am working on at the moment. A combination of mostly quarter sawn oak and cherry. A bigger explanation of the details is on that group.
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Leon wrote:

Oh, never mind. Nice woodwork!
- Doug
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Well, Hopefully it will be inspirational. ;~)
Thanks
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bedroom set. (hint, hint)
That is a lot of little pieces of stock. How do you keep track of all 4,652 pieces of stock? :)
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Thank you!
I'll do that as I get to those points.

LOL, you noticed! IIRC there are between 2-3 hundred seperate pieces. How do I keep track? I build all like sections at one time and only those sections. Basically I cut out all the pieces for the 4 sides and assembled then for the face frames and back. Then the Fixed shelves and assembled the main unit. Then the drawers, then doors and so on. Doing it that way you don't have too many different sizes to keep up with.
Because each part is made into a component in Sketchup and then given a specific material name the program along with Cutlist 4.0 keeps every thing segregated and correctly entered into CutList Plus 2009.
After drawing each piece and converting into a component I can snap all the pieces together to assemble the project on Sketchup. this isures that every thing fits. I then select the unit and Cutlist 4.0 sees each component and imports the data into Cutlist Plus 2009.
Note Cutlist 4.0 and Cutlist Plus 2009 are seperate programs. Cutlist 4.0 is a Sketchup plug in.
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Nice looking stuff there, Leon. Cherry and oak mixed....mmmmm never tried that. Can't wait to see it finished.
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Nice looking stuff there, Leon. Cherry and oak mixed....mmmmm never tried that. Can't wait to see it finished.
thank you
I cant wait to se the cherry darken. LOL Right now it looks like oak with out the coarse grain.
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I posted a couple more pictures of the handles and drawers on a.b.p.w.
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